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Jamie Martin May 15
A3. Microsoft has also worked hard to add more accessibility to their software and the Windows 10 operating system. If you haven’t already, check out Immersive Reader, a great option for users of Word, OneNote, Outlook, and Edge:
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Microsoft Education May 18
We've launched the Made By Dyslexia teacher training on the Microsoft Educator Community! This course, in partnership with , will provide essential insight into and how to create a dyslexia-inclusive classroom.
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Seeing Solutions 47m
We believe the MiniGuide is one of the best navigational tools to help people avoid obstacles. It gives the added comfort of independence whilst also being discreet and hand held. It can be attached to a or walking aid using the optional cane clamp.
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Jamie Martin May 15
A1. Using is NOT cheating. It allows kids (and adults) to work to their potentials and can be a critical ingredient in boosting self-esteem and motivation. It can also be instructional and help kids improve skills, such as reading:
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Understood May 15
Q3. What might parents or students already have at home?
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claire habeck May 16
Found these while organizing our shelves. Anyone out there opening a history of museum? I just can’t bring myself to throw them away.
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ACRM Technology Group May 12
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Satisphaction.com 2h
Learning_Ally/LearningSpecialists "Spotlight on Dyslexia," is a professional & virtual learning day designed for you. Learn from 16 experts in the fields of , and . CE certifications. Please retweet…
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DifferentlyWired May 18
Its great to see becoming integrated into more products. Culturally it normalises the use of such features as just a productivity thing which gives some with accessibility needs more confidence to use them
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Understood May 15
Q4. What can help students with skills outside the classroom?
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jessica mckay May 17
Spending my morning with and the rest of the regional leaders at . Love this time to share ideas and catch up on local issues!
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Ian JB White  🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 May 15
Setting my new HP laptop up hasn’t been easy as a visually impaired person, but it’s up and running & linked to my new HP monitor with a wireless keyboard, now to sync my smart devices to it
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Kelly Tooley May 13
Providing multiple ways to access an activity in a Makerspace. In this activity Ts used Google Drawings, recycled materials, and more to create a Mythical Creature which contained at least one part of each animal that best represented each teacher.
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Understood May 15
With all the options and tools available today, you may not know where to start. Learn more about the first our cohost recommends to parents:
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LifeInSixDots.brf May 14
I wish there was a separate charger for the BrailleNote Touch batteries. It would be very handy to be able to charge a couple of spares while using the device.
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Carole Zangari 9h
Learning from people who use Assumptions, Attitudes, & Adventures
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Oklahoma ABLE Tech May 14
Last Chance! We are just one day away from and you're invited to tour and try out all of our . We are so excited to meet everyone! Call to schedule 405-744-9748
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SenectoLtd May 17
What message would you greet your loved ones with? Meet Amba, the easy-to-use connectivity device for the elderly from Senecto. Website link in our bio.
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Maya May 15
Students in the middle school TACLE classroom worked together on this project. 👌💖 Oakland USD has embraced Unique Learning for their curriculum needs.
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Jamie Martin May 18
Make Google Remember Your Parking Spot for You
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